January 29 | 225 Peabody Hall | Film: 5:45pm | Discussion: 7:15pm Over 1.6 million youth are homeless in the United States. This remarkable film follows as three young people fight to build their futures beyond homelessness.
BATON ROUGE – The LSU School of Social Work in partnership with the Baton Rouge Crisis Intervention Center Inc., or BRCIC, is pleased to announce the establishment of the LSU School of Social Work Training Center to develop resources and training for suicide prevention, intervention, postvention, and other training, for on-going social work education for the establishment of a new program, the National Suicidology Training Center, or NSTC. This leading-edge collaboration will provide trainees with access to internationally known content experts in a limited-participant setting to maximize learning experiences.
Living the American Dream: A Timeline of a Heart Tailored to Community, Perseverance and Dedication
When: June 22 - July 21 Who: Open to all students - any major, undergrad or graduate What: 3 cities | 3 countries | 28 days Courses: Choose two of six courses offered Why: Experience European cities in one of the most affordable of all summer programs
In the spirit of celebrating 80+ years of social work excellence, the LSU School of Social Work faculty, staff, students, and alumni spent the day providing support to two local non-profit organizations in Baton Rouge, St. Vincent DePaul and Youth Oasis. The event, called GEAUX SERVE, consisted of over 75 volunteer from the School of Social Work's Faculty, Staff, Students, and Alumni working on various projects at both agencies.
As of 2018, 7.3 million-plus individuals make up the American correctional system while 650,000 of those individuals are released back into our communities every year. Additionally, the book examines 14 specific populations and how to effectively treat them in order to better serve them and our communities.
Join us as we plant SEEdS of Service at Knock Knock Children's Museum. This event is open to all CHSE incoming freshman, limited to first 100 students.